- Sutter Delta Medical Center’s Cardiovascular Interventional Laboratory is recognized with honors as part of Contra Costa County’s Award Winning STEMI Program.
- Sutter Delta Medical Center opens East Contra Costa County’s first multimillion dollar Advanced Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center.
- The medical center’s Imaging Department receives national accreditation as an Advanced Medical Imaging and Diagnostic Center with the capabilities of providing CT Scans, MRI, ultrasounds and much more.
- Sutter Delta Medical Center installs a high-tech infant security system in the Family Birth Center.
- Phase two of the Emergency Department's $1.6 million expansion project is completed, adding 16 beds, and two additional private treatment areas.
- Sutter Delta Medical Center expanded telemetry capabilities by adding 12 additional monitoring beds.
- The medical center launches high-tech barcode technology to ensure safe delivery of medication to patients.
- The hospital opens a new cardiac electrophysiology program.
- Sutter Health and Sutter Delta Medical Center invest $250,000 for a digital operating suite.
- The medical center’s Family and Birthing Center opens a new special intensive care nursery (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) and Pediatric Unit.
- With help from fundraising efforts of the Delta Memorial Foundation, Sutter Delta Medical Center opens East Contra Costa County's only multimillion dollar Cardiovascular Interventional Laboratory.
- Delta Memorial Hospital opens East Contra Costa County’s only state-of-the-art Family Birthing and Women’s Health Center, including nine large private labor and deliver suites, each equipped with Jacuzzi tubs; eight private recovery rooms; a special cesarean section recovery suite; and and a nursery.
- Delta Memorial Hospital becomes part of the Sutter Health Network and changes name to Sutter Delta Medical Center.
- Sutter Delta Medical Center opens a $1.7 million cardiac lab, the area’s first and only cardiac lab serving East Contra Costa County.
- Sutter Delta Medical Center adds epidural anesthesia and a second anesthesia team, thereby making the medical center’s Family Birthing Center available as a 24-hour service. Very soon after, the medical center reported a record number of deliveries, with 755 births for the year.
- Sutter Delta Medical Center launches the medical center’s first hospice service.
- Sutter Delta Medical Center celebrates its 30th anniversary of service to the East Contra Costa County community. The medical center’s capacity nearly doubled after joining the Sutter Health Network.
- Sutter Delta Medical Center launches phase one of the medical center’s Emergency Department expansion and remodeling. The expansion also provided four additional treatment areas.
- $1.5 million raised by local community members helps the medical center open a new tower with an additional 66 beds. Delta Memorial Hospital is now a 111-bed medical facility.
- Delta Memorial Hospital completes a $3.5 million expansion that adds six beds and four private rooms to the medical center’s Intensive Care and Critical Care Departments.
- The expansion as a not-for-profit venture to serve their community also helps expand the medical center’s surgery, imaging and emergency departments, and creates a new business office, lobby, gift shop, dining room and administrative suite.
- Antioch Community Hospital becomes Delta Memorial Hospital, which includes one house and cottages.
- After three legislative attempts, the not-for-profit receives approval to expand the facility to better serve the growing population in East Contra Costa County.
- Fundraising efforts recorded: PG&E gave $171,000, Louisiana Pacific gave $80,000, Du Pont gave $50,000 to help raise the $650,000 needed to expand Delta Memorial Hospital.
- Delta Memorial Hospital opens its new and expanded 53-bed facility, staffed with 100 employees. Services include pediatrics, imaging, physical therapy, two surgery suites, on-site clinical lab and an emergency room. After only two weeks, the hospital was already at 80 percent capacity.
- Eight physicians reopen the Antioch Community Hospital, Inc. as a not-for-profit venture to serve their community.
- A “Mr. Adams” purchased the hospital and named it Antioch General Hospital.
- The state closes Antioch General Hospital (official records state no specific reason).
- Dr. Nivius established the first “Antioch Hospital” reportedly made up of a few cottages.